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In the case Cinqplast Plastop V Dunn No And Others Case No Jr: 1751/14 the question before the Labour Court was whether a certificate of outcome issued by a...
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Can an employer use selection criteria other than last in first out (LIFO) during the retrenchment process?
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On 29 January 2016, the Commissioner of the Consumer Commission published the long awaited draft Franchise Industry Code (the Code) under s82 of the Consumer...
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DB Contracting North CC v National Union of Mineworkers and Others (JA 113/13) [2015] ZALAC 30.
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If President Jacob Zuma were to be believed things have never looked rosier in South Africa and he was much beloved by the masses of South Africans who believed...
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It is trite law that, as a general rule, no special formalities are required for the conclusion of an enforceable agreement save for those required by law or imposed...
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Contracting with the state is not an easy feat and can have its fair share of challenges accompanied by legal consequences for all involved.
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In the case of Solidarity v Minister of Safety and Security & 3 others (handed down on 26 January 2016), the Labour Court (LC) made important findings regarding the...
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The possible brand damage to employers that can flow from inappropriate social media use by their employees is frequently highlighted.
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The Transparency International Corruption Perception Index (CPI) was first released in 1995 and has played an important part in focusing global attention on...
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The recent Constitutional Court (CC) judgment of Baloyi v Member of the Executive Committee for Health and Social Development,
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In the age of social media, the line between business and personal interests is blurred and it has become increasingly important to evaluate the potential
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Steenkamp and Others v Edcon Limited CCT 46/15 and 47/15 (22 January 2016)
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The decision to restructure a business rests with the employer especially where there are no retrenchments that arise from it.
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The forfeiture of the participating interest of a defaulting party during the exploration phase of petroleum operations is a feasible default remedy for...
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The remaining public holidays for 2016 are:
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IssueWhether an employer is entitled to dismiss employees for refusing to undergo a polygraph test when such employees are contractually obligated to submit to a...
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IssueWhether an employer may continue to use replacement labour which was employed during a lock out in response to a strike after such strike has ended?
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In a recent case before the Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) Bhembe / Independent Development Trust (IDT) - (2015) 24 CCMA 7.17.1 also...
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An employer does have recourse against employees whose social media blunders cause brand damage, or result in the disclosure of confidential information or vicarious...

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